Caterham F1 Team
Giedo van der Garde reckons that the anticipated high temperatures for next weekend's Indian Grand Prix will aid Caterham's progress.
Van der Garde, who drove in FP1 last year at the Buddh International Circuit, is hoping to make amends after crashing out in Japan.
The Dutchman revealed that his impact into the barriers on the first lap registered at 20g.
'It’s a proper drivers track, one that has elevation changes and a few really challenging corners and there’s a couple of overtaking opportunities, especially turn four at the end of the long straight,' said Van der Garde.
'It’s going to be hot and hotter track conditions have suited us all year so the aim is to...
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